Does mylot break the law of Minimum wage? Longest time to earn $10 in my life!

@george66 (180)
United States
April 2, 2007 10:06pm CST
I think if I can earn $10 from Mylot (if I won't give up:)), I believe it will be a funny record of "Longest time to earn $10" in my life. Now I have a wild thought. Do I need to fill Income tax for this $10? Does mylot break the law of Minimum wage?
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@Michele21 (3094)
• United States
3 Apr 07
Very funny...but not too funny because it is sad that it takes SOOO freaking long to make the $10 payout. I sure wouldn't file taxes on it....let hem take more of my hard earned money, I don't think so!! hee hee funny funny you get a +
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• United States
3 Apr 07
No, myLot is not breaking any employment laws or regulations in any nation...not even minimum wage. That is because you are not an employee of myLot. MyLot does not employ or make any promise to any user. You are strictly an "independent contractor" basically, although not even that really applies. It is kind of like being a freelancer. You choose to discuss/respond/be active in myLot, if you want to earn. You only have to claim it on your taxes in the United States if you earn more than $600 in a year. (That maybe from all activities like myLot.) I hope this makes sense to you, if not, I can explain further what I mean. Welcome to myLot it is a great place. I don't make bank...but I average about $30 extra in my pocket per month.